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11 November 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IT CONTAINS 12 MAGNIFICENT SCENES-

IT CONTAINS 12 MAGNIFICENT SCENES-

IT IS THE BIGGEST LAUGH IN TOWN-
11 November 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
* CORONATION m LIGHTING

* CORONATION m LIGHTING

* CORONATION LIGHTING . v ,.\" As acknowledged leaders in display illumination we shall be happy to assist in Decorative Lighting Schemes. Quide to Coronation We have already large orders on hand for the Coronation, and early application is advisable. Meanwhile, may forward you o
11 November 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
8.1.P. BALL “5.R.0.”

8.1.P. BALL “5.R.0.”

IT is now impossible to secure any 1 further tickets for the Film Ball at the Albert Hall on Friday evening, every available ticket having been claimed. The seventh annual Film Ball gives every indication being more successful than any held to date, a whole host of film celebrit
11 November 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA WRITES A BILLY COTTON GOES TO REX

THE ERA WRITES A BILLY COTTON GOES TO REX

Bird Life in a String Quartet THERE are, just now, as many - “transfers” among recording artists as there are in football circles. Billy Cotton, one of the most popular of our dance and stage band directors, is taking his band to the Crystalate Company, who will issue their firs
11 November 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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‘COMEBACK’ MOHICANS HIT THE TRAIL AGAIN BEATRICE WASHBURN-JONES (Film-Critic, Times-Picayune,” New Orleans, Louisiana) AMERICA has reverted to the Indians since the Last of the Mohicans presented Binnie Barnes, Heather Angel, and the stalwart Mr. Wilcoxon as the rather feeblemin
11 November 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
11 SACKED AGAIN.’* – Brlxton 8149 HARRY GORDON OF INVERSNECKY

11 SACKED AGAIN.’* – Brlxton 8149 HARRY GORDON OF INVERSNECKY

SACKED AGAIN.’* - Brlxton HARRY GORDON OF INVERSNECKY Nov. 9 I HIP.* HAMILTON Nov. 16 l 0.M., WORKINGTON ** ARRDEIR," MANNOFIELO,
11 November 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NOVEMBER H,

NOVEMBER H,

11 November 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JACK GLADWIN THEATRES

JACK GLADWIN THEATRES

Huddersfield Theatre Royal.— Prince Littler presents White Horse Inn.” Norwich Theatre Royal.— Leon Underwood presents ** A Waltz Dream.” and Andree. Four Brownie Boys. Joan and Olive, Jay and Cullen, Three Hiltons. The Gandy Bros., The Manitos. Southampton Palace (Low Pitch). S
11 November 1936 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRINCIPAL BERT AZA,ltd.

PRINCIPAL BERT AZA,ltd.

22, CHARING CROSS RD., W.C.2 (Member the Agente’ Astociation, Ltd.) ’Phone: TEMPLE BAR 5047 (2 lines) Telegrams; “Unpitted, Letquare,London”
11 November 1936 - The Era - London, London, England